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broker

Drug slang
A regional term for a go-between in a drug deal.
 
Health insurance
A person licensed by the state who places business with several insurers; the broker, while paid a commission by the insurer, represents the buyer rather than the insurer.
 
Vox populi
Any person who acts as a go-between between an offerer or buyer and seller of goods or services.
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There are more than 10 licensed derivative brokerage firms in Cambodia and four licensed central counterparties.
At some point, this structure changed, and the rating agencies began to receive income from issuers, often brokerage firms. This created a potential conflict of interest since the issuer could choose to do business with the agency that rendered the most favorable rating.
Paine, who has worked with several brokerage firms over the course of his 36-year career, has left firms before, either when established relationships changed or when he felt he just wasn't getting the responsiveness he desired.
"The role of such brokerage firms is limited to assisting with the buying and selling of commodities.
Once you open your account, it is probably best to start with mutual funds, You can select from the thousands of funds available from any of the online brokerage firms or you can ask your bank for help in selecting from the different funds it offers.
The TSE assigns each seat holder a unique two-digit code, which identifies the brokerage firm that sold the security and the brokerage firm that bought the security for each trade.
Realtors have their own bizarre way of recognizing sales volume when two firms representing different parties to the same transaction will both declare the full value of the contract as their sales volume, If one brokerage firm represented both the buyer and the seller as a transaction agent, should the firm report twice the contract amount as their sales volume?
and Ramsey-Shilling Associates, two Los Angeles-based senior housing and real estate brokerage firms, have merged.
For example, in our illustration the authentication authority (the portal) and the relying parties (trading application and key server) are all under the control of the same administrative authority (the investment brokerage firm).
The respondents ranked trading fees and security the two most important variables for their brokerage firm selection.
Under the plan, the brokerage firm will close most of its 30 retail outlets, except for those located in large cities, the sources said.
Prebon Group is the world's leading brokerage firm, providing services in a full range of foreign exchange and money market instruments, as well as derivative and energy products.